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16 February 2023 / 09:36 CAT
Several explosions were reported in Gaza early on Monday. The Israeli army said it had struck “an underground complex containing raw materials used for the manufacturing of rockets belonging to the Hamas terrorist organisation.”
The air strikes, in which there was no immediate word of casualties, followed what Israel described as its shooting down over the weekend of a rocket fired over the border from Gaza. There was no Palestinian claim for that launch.
Discussing the latest round of attacks on Gaza, Archaeologist based in Al-Quds, Abeer Zayyad, said in Jerusalem and the West Bank, the Israeli government faces a hard time with its people. Hence, they immediately sent rockets to Gaza to change the eyes of the people interested in the truth, which has become a norm.
Recent attacks from the government include demolitions of homes in Jerusalem, arresting people and a massive attack on the Shafat camp, and attacks in Nablus and Jenin.
According to Zayyad, the Israeli community took to the streets in Jerusalem on Monday in protest against the new Israeli government.
An issue exists between them concerning the justice department in Israel, which the new government would like to change. The community argues that this change would be a dictator, so they are not accepting this and is against the Netanyahu government, as per Zayyad.
She added, “The price for any Israeli issue is the blood of the Palestinians.”
Israelis’ tyranny continues and has killed at least 42 Palestinians this year, only in the second month. Zayyad said no day passes without a Palestinian getting killed, arrested or a demolition of a home.
Listen to the interview with Mufti Yusuf Moosagie and Abeer Zayyad on Radio Islam’s podcast.